AR7810-J. President John F. Kennedy at Baseball Opening Day, D.C. Stadium

AR7810-J. President John F. Kennedy at Baseball Opening Day, D.C. Stadium
8 April 1963
President John F. Kennedy and others attend opening day of the 1963 baseball season at D.C. Stadium, Washington, D.C.; the Washington Senators hosted the Baltimore Orioles. Also pictured: Speaker of the House of Representatives, John W. McCormack (Massachusetts); Senator Everett Dirksen (Illinois); Special Assistant to the President, Dave Powers; Representative Charles A. Halleck (Indiana); Senator Hubert H. Humphrey (Minnesota); Governor of California, Edmund G. “Pat” Brown; Senator Mike Mansfield (Montana); Owner of the Washington Senators, James M. Johnston; Associate Press Secretary Andrew T. Hatcher; Representative Torbert H. Macdonald (Massachusetts); President of the American League of Professional Baseball Clubs, Joseph Cronin (back to camera); Daniel Harnett and Levi Fraser, from the Washington Boys Clubs; Manager of the Baltimore Orioles, Billy Hitchcock; Manager of the Washington Senators, James Barton "Mickey" Vernon; White House Secret Service agents, Floyd Boring and Gerald A. “Jerry” Behn.
1 photographic print (black-and-white; 8 x 10 inches)
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Abbie Rowe. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
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